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I LEADING ARTICLES: The War Mining in Wales. Notes and Comments. London Letter. Notes and Comments. M London Letter.
r NEWS FROM Aberystwyth, Bala. Aberayron. Barmouth, DolgeHey, Machynlleth. Lampeter, &c., &c.
'(HE t "UlclsD Gazette" WILL BE FOUND A M FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM H It is sold by a large number of Agents ■ in all parts of the counties of Cardigan, H Merioneth, and Montgomery; also in many districts in the adjoining counties; in London and in several of the principal towns in England* t OK oicish Gazette ■ IS ON SALE IN t LONDON AT I Messrs. W. H. EVERETT & SONS, N Bell's Buildings, Salisbury Square* I LONDON, E.C. I Mr. W. H. ROBERTS, Bookseller, H 10, Cecil Court, H Charing Cross. I BY POST 6s. 6d. A YEAR. I Apartments. 49 rpRINITY PLACE, apartments to let, con- ■ ^3^ JL venient to sea and station.—MRS. EDWARDS. £ <NOWDON HOUSE, 4, Victoria Terrace. Private lj apartments.—MR. JENKINS. H 7¥1 RAFALGAR HOUSE, Victoria Terrace, Marine JL Parade, Aberystwyth. Private Apartments.— I Mr. FELIX. ■ AMPETER.-BARRY HOUSE, Bridge Street, H Apartments at moderate charges.—Apply to ■ Mrs. REES. ■ CLAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marine-terrace, is ■ C centrally situated and commands full view of ■ sea. First-class apartments. Moderate terms. ■ Reduced charges for winter months; hot and cold ■ baths sanitary arrangements perfect —Mrs. ANKERS. I BRIDGE HOTEL, ■[ LLANDRTNDOD WELLS. H (Fully licensed.) H TpXCELLENT accommodation; first-class Cuisine; ■ JlJ electric light. fhrQ**?*iout Jbilliard room ■ v*—T5otftInglLna tenuis recreation rooms, and ■ every other comfort. Extensive alterations completed. I OCEAN VIEW HOUSE, I SUPERIOR BOARDING I ESTABLISHMENT. I VICTORIA (Marine) TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH I V"\CEAN VIEW HOUSE is modern built, stands in I \J best part of Marine Terrace, commands unin- I terrrrpted sea view. Moderate terms by the day or I week. MRS. A. KENSITT, Proprietress. Wanted. PAINTERS Wanted.-Apply, D. WATKINS, 7, Customhouse Street, Aberystwyth. WANTED (Two miles from Worcester) respect- able Farmer's son to assist on Farm; treated as one of the family.—Apply DAVIES, Cudleigh Court, Spetchly, Worcester. "READ SALESMAN—Wanted an energetic II young Man to work good country district with van abstainer references state salary.— Apply, EVANS, Steam Bakery, Lampeter. WANTED, strong Lad 18 to 20 years of age for farm, to live in.—Apply, stating wages, HORNBY, Arthog Hall Farm, Arthog, R.S.O. WANTED immediately a General Servant with some experience in Cooking.—Apply to Miss JENKINS, Penrock House, Marine Terrace. WANTED AT ONCE a Strong LAD as Apprentice to the Grocery and Provision Trade.—Apply, J. DAVIES, 11, Bridge-street, Aber- ystwyth. APPRENTICES wanted for the Printing Trade.— Apply offices of the WELSH GAEETTK, Aberyst- wyth. WANTED at Aberystwyth an Unfurnished House for rental or purchase, three public rooms and five bedrooms, south or south-west aspect, dry and healthy position.—Apply, A. W. "GAZETTE" Office. To Let. HOUSE TO LET, South Gate, Penparke.—For particulars apply to Mr J. L. Pickard, at the above address. TO LET, Accommodation Land, near Machyn- lleth, called WERGLODD GRON.—Apply, L. H. MORRIS, Norton House, Machynlleth. For Sale. BEES. To reduce stock, standard-sized modern Hives full of strong, healthy Bees and Honey, free on rail 12s to 15s, worth 30s.- BRYN EGLWYS, HARLECH. BICYCLE, Safety for Sale; Dunlop tyres, &c.; good condition, £ 6.—Can be seen between 6 and 7 p.m., at SUNNY HILL, LLANBADARN ROAD. FOR SALE.—A Black Spaniel Dog, thorough- bred, 9 months old.—Apply to J. Williams, 28, Chalybeate Street, Aberystwyth. MINAFON, CORRIS. To be Sold, Three Freehold Houses and Warehouse. Con- veniently situated in the principal thoroughfare.— Apply, ROBERTS, Board School. BARGAINS In Leggings, Whips, and Good J) Strong Boots for Winter wear at D. JONES, London House, Tregaron. SUITINGS. Made to Order—from 30s. upwards. Fit Guaranteed. Large Selection of Patterns. JONES BROTHERS, Tailors, Aeron House, Tregaron. PIANO.—Greatest Value.—Walnut or Rosewood caso, new acoustic steel frame, best French check action, front escapement, handsome bev- elled panel front inlaid with French marqueterie carved trusses, bushed keys, double sconces, 10 years' warranty, and free delivery anywhere. Only to be obtained of GWYNNE BRADER, 17, HEATHFIELD STREET, SWANSEA; the cheap- est dealer in Wales, being Sole Agent for this special Piano: call and see it; only 24 grnnsas; liiarvfcU'J" l,,¡¡' ,lHd (F!Ll:1y. Sales by Auction. DOLAUGWYN, nr. Towyn. MESSRS. R. GILLART & SONS have been instructed by J. H. PiKE, Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above premises, ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21ST, 1900, THE WHOLE OF THE LIVE AND DEAD — STOCK — Comprising14 HEAD OF HEREFORD AND BLACK CATTLE, viz., 2 Milch Cows, 3 two-year- old Hereford Heifers, 3 two-year-old do. Steers, 5 in-calf Heifers, and Heifer Calf. 4 HORSES, viz., Dark Chestnut Entire Roadster, rising three years old, about 15.2 hands; Black Mare Pony, 4 years old, about 12 hands; and two Mountain Ponies. 2 STORE PIGS. A number of Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and Fowls; and a very useful assortment of IMPLEMENTS, which include Sheep-dipping Machine, Iron Ploughs, Scuffler, Seed Drills, Harrows, Tip Carts, Horse-power Gear, Chaffcutters and Pulpers. Horse Gearing and Saddlery, useful Market Cart, Governess Car, &c., &c., together with a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Sale to commence at 12 o'clock prompt. Rose Trees and Evergreens MR. J. E. JAMES will Sell by Public Auction at ST. PHILLIP'S HALL, On Friday Next, March 16th, 1900, A large consignment of USEFUL & ORNAMENTAL TREES & SHRUBS Sale to commence punctually at two o'clock sharp. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY MR. J. E. JAMES has been instructed to Sell by Auction at the LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1900, At 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, Subject to conditions to be then read and produced All those 10 DESIRABLE and RECENTLY-ERECTED LEASEHOLD MESSUAGES or Dwelling Houses, with the Out Offices and Gardens respectively, belonging thereto, and known as Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 PENG-LAISE TERRACE ABERYSTWYTH, (All occupied by respectable Tenants). Held under a Lease from the Penglaise Estate for the term of 75 years from the 1st day of November, 1894, at the annual Ground Rent of £ 36, and subject to the Lessee's Covenants and conditions therein contained. Each of the above Houses is substantially built, and contains on the Ground Floor, front and back parlours, kitchen, pantry, wash-house, and Out- offices, and on the First and Second Floors respec- tively, two large rooms. The Property will be put up for Sale in one Lot and in the event of the same not being sold in one lot will be offered for sale in several lots, in which case the Ground Rent of P-36 will be equally apportioned among the different lots. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, 12, North Parade, Aberystwyth, or to Mr. JOSEPH DAVIES, Solicitor, Town Hall, Aberystwyth. THE SALE ROOMS, QUEEN S ROAD ATTRACTIVE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, and MEREDITH will Sell by Auction at their Sale Rooms, Queents Road, Aberystwyth On TIlURSDA 1"; MARCH 15th, 1900, A LARGE ASSEMBLAGE OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Removed from a Country Residence. On view Wednesday previou8 to Sale. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 2 P.M. COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. PARISH OF LLANARTH MR. DAVID DAVIES has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the FEATHERS ROYAL HOTEL, ABERAYRON, ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21ST, 1900, At Two o'clock p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), all that desirable FREEHOLD FARM known as ESGERWENFACH (otherwise ESGAIRWENFACH), situate in the above parish and county, comprising stone-built and slated Dwelling House and Outhouses, and 139a. Or. 6p. of Arable and Pasture Land, lately let at the yearly rent of £47, but now in hand. Immediate possession may be had. For further particulars, apply to E. Morgan, Esq., The Green, Llanon; the Auctioneer, Castle Green, Aberayron; or to Mr D. Pennant James, Solicitor, Aberayron. Public Notices. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY Three Handsome PRIVATE HOUSES Fitted throughout with the Latest Improvements, SITUATED AT TRINITY ROAD. INSPECTION INVITED. f For further particulars apply to- Mr. T. HOPKINS, CONTRACTOR. NEW SEEDS 11 HADAU NEWYDD EP. TAYLOR begs to inform his numerous • customers that he has received his annual stock of garden and field seed of the best pos- sible quality. Early potatoes of various kinds; best early, and Marrow; Fat Peas, and all other seeds. E. P. TAYLOR, Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Radnor House, Game Dealer. Terrace-rd., Aberystwyth. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. BRYNRYCHEN QUARRY. FINE BUILDING STONES delivered at Aber- ystwyth Railway Station at 3s.4d. per ton, at Quarry, Is. 8d. per ton.—Apply to HENRY JONES Frongochfach, Llanbadarn. TO 1RONFOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, &C.— For Sale or To Let—Rock Foundry, Mach'. ynlleth. The long-established business of Iron- founder, Machinist, and Wheelwright, carried cn by the late Mr. John Bennett Davies, to be Sold or Let. Also Stock-in-Trade, Book Debts, and Goodwill. For particulars apply to JOHN ROWLANDS, MACHYNLLETH, Solicitor to the Administratrix ¡P Public Notices. PRUDENTIAL ASSURANC^ Cq., Ltd. CHIEF OFFICE: HOLBORN BARS, LONDON. Summary of the Report presented at the f ifty=first Annual Meeting, beld on 1st Ittarcl), 1900. ORDINARY BRANCH. The number of I The number of Free Policies granted during the Policies issued during the year was 65,470, assuring year to those Policy holders offive years' standing, the sum of £ 6,355,850, ^Producing a New who desired to discontinue their pavments, was Annual Premium Income of £ 352,003. 72,611, the number in force being 663,250. The The Premiums received during the year were number of Free Policies which became Claims P.3,144,464, being an increase of L176,963 over the during the year was 14,533. year 1898. I The total number of Policies in Force at the end The Claims of the year amounted to £ 1,225.906. of the year was 13,433,785; their average duration The number of Deaths was 5,899 and 3,963 exceeds eight and three-quarter years. Endowment Assurances matured. The Assets of the Company, in both branches, as The number of Policies in force at the end of the s^own in the Balance Sheet are £ 36,832,059, being year was 570,414. an increase of £ 3,232,351 over those of 1898. A INDUSTRIAL BRANCH. — The Premiums tJ?e various invest- received during the year were £ 5,168,958 being an rt' £ Z V T'u increase of £ 208,202 g The Provident Find, which was founded m, •, years since for the beBWt of the outdoor staff, The claims of the year amounted to £ 2,059,340. shews a very satisfactory increase for the year, the The number of deaths v.a^ 209,807 and 2,239 total amount standing to the credit of the Fund Endowment Assurances matured. being £ 73,085. + -4 GENERAL BALANCE SHEET OF THE PRUDENTIALlfASSURANCE CO., LTD., ON THBglS^DECEMBER, 1899. LIABILITIES. ASSE jS s. d. W i e j Shareholders' capital 1,000.000 0 0 T, v ■ s- Ordinary Branch funds 19 150 020 17 0 British Government securities (*3JSO,000 Industrial Branch fund 15'708 696 17 f Y Consols) ••• ••• ••• 3,179,333 6 11 Reserve fund 800 000 0 0 In(?lsn an(i Colonial Government securities 3,659,943 10 8 Claims under life policies admitted 173 342 7 Q Railway and other deltentures an<ld*»V>enture Bto<* 2,175,734 12 6 Loans on County Council, Municipal and other rates "w 7,048,287 10 8 Freehold ground rents and Scotch feu duties 3,034,321 9 1 Freehold and leasehold property 2,019 809 11 8 Mortgages 4,870'.960 2 6 Railway, gas, and water stocks 6,090,274 6 7 Suez Canal Shares .» 1681369 5 8 Telegraph and other shares 72,532 8 3 Metropolitan Consolidated stock and City of London bonds .if.. 355,645 12 6 Bank of England stock ■ 200,559 18 6 Foreign Government securities 1,046,970 14 2 Reversions and Life Interests 738,486 14 11 Loans on the Company's Policies». 818,128 3 6 Rent charges «»; 143^073 1 8 Outstanding premiums 372.987 12 5 Cash in hands of Superintendents and Agents'balances 46,679 3 4 Outstanding interest and rents 275,591 0 8 Cash—On deposit, on current acooun and in hand 514,370 16 3 EM,832,059 2 5 E36,832,059 2 5 V. THOS. C. DEWEY, ) 8==-==*^ WILLIAM HUGHES. [ JOINT GENMUL MANAGERS. EDGAB HORNE, CHAIHWA.Y. FBEDERICK FISHER, } HENRY HARBEN ) W. J. LANCASTER, SECRETARY. PERCY T. REID. ') DireCTORS. We have examined the Cash transactions, Receipts and Payments, affecting the accounts of the Assets and Invest- ments for the vear ended December 31st, 1899, and we find the same in good order and properly vouched. We have also examined the Deeds and Securities, Certificates, Ac., representing the Assets and Investments Bert out in the above account, and we certify that they were in possession and safe custody as on December 31st, 1859. 14TH FXBBUABT, 1900. DELOITTE, DETER, GRIFFITHS & CO. For Prospectus and further information apply to the District Superintendent, T. H. EDW., Milton House. Aber ystwyth; the Assistant Superintendent. T. LEONARD, 8, Cadwgan-place, Aberayron J. WilXJAJis, Idrte Villa, Machvn- lieth, or to any af the staff of 25 agents. H. W. GRIFFITH, BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, 7, COLLEGE GREEN, TOWYN, MER. Agent for the noted K and Cusderella Boots. itjRNISH BY POST. SAMUEL TAYLOR 46 & 48, eoWBIUDGE ROAD, r CARDIFF, THE CHEAPEST, THE BEST HOUSE FURNISHER IN WALES. Your money returned in full if satisfaction is not given. NOTE THE PRICES AND COMPARE. Is. IK THE £ ALLOWED OFF ALL GOODS. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID ANY DISTANCE. No Hire System Trade Done. No having to pay for people who never pay at all where credit is given. NO LIMITED COMPANY. £ s. d. Feather Bed, Bolster, and 2 Pillows (full size), pure linen tick, all beeswaxed inside, weight 601bs., only 1 19 6 Wool Bed, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, weight 501bs., only 0 12 6 Wire Mattresses, 4ft. 6in. double woven 0 8 11 Wire Mattresses, 4ft. SiN., double woven, cabled edge and centre 0 13 6 Wire Mattresses, 4ft. 6in., 4ply, cabled centre and sides, usually sold at 21s., only 0 18 11 Wool Mattresses, 4ft, 6in., 5-inch thick. 0 12 6 Washed Wool Mattresses, guaranteed sweet and wholesome, only 0 15 6 Wool Mattresses, 4ft. 6in., best that can be bought for money, only 0 18 6 Feather Pillows 0 2 6 Wool Pillows 0 1 3 Feather Bolsters 056 Wool Bolsters 0 2 11 Straw Mattresses, 4ft. 6in., 4t in. thick. 0 7 11 Straw Mattresses, 4ft. 6in., 6in. thick 0 10 11 Chair Bedsteads and Cushions, full size, complete 0 12 6 Strong Brass Rail Bedstead, 4ft. 6in., only 110 Very handsome Bedstead, with Rosettes and two Brass Poles, 4ft. 6in. 1 4 6 Beautiful Bedstead, with 6 Brass Rings and 6 Spindles, 4ft. 6in., only 1 15 6 Very massive 2in thick Pillar Bedstead, 4ft. 6in 2 12 6 Parisian Bedstead, the Marvel, 2in. pillars, very beautiful design, 4ft. 6in., only 4 15 0 Strong. Combination Bedsteads, fitted with Wire Mattresses, complete, only 110 Mangles, Hardwood Rollers, thoroughly reliable, only 1 12 0 Solid Walnut Octagon Tables, only 0 16 11 Loo Tables, large size, only 1 2 6 Very handsome Solid Walnut Sideboards, 4ft. 4 10 0 Beautiful Design Solid Walnut Sideboard, 4ft. 6in. 5 19 6 Grand Value, 5ft. Bow-front Sideboard, Solid Walnut, very massive, only 8 18 0 Cheffoniers 1 19 6 Dining Table, 5ft., telescope 117 6 Walnut Overmantels, very exquisite de- sign 1 1 0 Leather Suites, thoroughly well made (7 pieces) 3 10 0 Do. do. (9 pieces). 450 Saddlebag Suites (7 pieces) 616 0' Do. (9 pieces) 7 10 0 Drawing-room Suites, with Settees, very choice, only 5 15 0 Pretty Chippendale Cabinet .7 7 0 Dressing Chests and Washstands in satim or black Walnut colour, Two Chairs and Towel Rail, only 3 10 0 Very handsome Walnut or Mahogany Duchesses, with two Chairs and Towel Rail, complete 3 13 0 I do not advertise any Goods I cannot produce. SAMUEL TAYLOR, 46 AND 48, COWBRIDGE ROAD, CANTON, CARDIFF. ORDERS BY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. NOTICE. JOHN ROBERTS, TOBACCONIST, 2^ rpERRACE JJOAD, A.BERYSTWYTH AGEXT FOR GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY Co. LTD. CLEARANCE JsALE OF STOCK OF» DRAPERY, GROCERY, AND TBONMONCERy. NOW ON AT v. fglSwTSMHS« *acAvteaa (\ INDIAN FAMINE FUND. THE Mayor of Aberystwyth, at the request of the Lord Mayor of London, invites subscrip- tions to the fund being raised for the relief of the suffererii by the present appalling famine in India. Subscriptions sent to the Mayor in response to this appeal wiH be forwarded by him to the Lord Mayor, and acknowledged. C. M. WILLIAMS, MAYOR. Aberystwyth, 13th March, 1900. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE TALYBONT & NORTH CARDIGAN- SHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY. A GENERAL MEETING of the above Society will be held On the 24th of March, at 5 p.,ni., AT THE TALYBONT SCHOOLROOM, when every Subscriber who contributes 10s and upwards on or before the above date will be eligible to become a member of the Working Committee. Signed, JOHN JAMES, March. VICE CHAIRMAN. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION. GRAND SOIREE Will be held under the auspices of this Association On Friday, March 30th. TOWYN-ON,SEA, Merioneth. 'T'HE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC cannot but soon be attracted to the superior position of This Rising & Beautiful Watering-place, situated on the Shore of Cardigan Bay whilst looking in a South-Westerly direction, it is said, there is not so much as a rock between the Beach and the Bay of New York. With Cader Idris, the Bird Rock, and other important Mountains in the background, it com- prises some of the most beautiful and romantic scenery in the Principality of Wales, and must ere long become one of the most favourite Watering-places in the three Kingdoms. The soil is dry, the air crisp and bracing, coming alter- nately morning and evening from the Sea and Mountains. No expense has been spared to make it a perfect Sanatorium, pure spring, water having been brought from the mountains, the Town and building lands carefully sewered, a strong sea-wall and magnifi- cent Esplanade built, and elegant Villas, to let and ready for immediate occupa- tion, are already erected on the Marine Parade. The bathing is safe, and superior to most watering-places in the Kingdom, the sands soft and level, no currents, and a child may go out a long I in disfcince without being out of its depth. THE CORBETT ESTATE com prises several thousand acres, and contains BUILDING SITES of great beauty and attraction. FREEHOLD PLOTS FOR SALE, OR ON LONG LEASES. Enquiries to be addressed to H. HALL, Esq., Estate Offices, Impney, Drot- wich, Messrs, R. GILLART and Soxs, Estate Agents, Towyn, Merioneth; or Messrs. TAPP and JONES, 1, Princes Street, George Street, Westminster, Lon^or:. Business Notices. THOMAS'S WINTER MEDICI N ESJ f Cough and Bronchitis MIXTURE In 9d., Is. 6d., and 2s. 6d. bottles. A.N EXCELLENT AND EFFECTIVE PREPARATION. WINTER SKIN CREAM In 4d., 6d., Sd., and Is. Pots. FOR THE HANDS AND COMPLEXION, HIT NEITHER STICKY NOR GREASY. REMOVES AND PREVENTS CHAPPED HANDS, SUNBURN, FRECKLES, &c. THIS PREPARATION IS UNEQUALLED FOR SOFTENING and BEAUTIFYING THE SKIN AND DrYEN-Diw. IT FROM THE INFIXKJH* X SUMMER SUN. 5, Green Park, Bath, February 2nd, 19001 Please forward a is. bottle of your ff Winter Skin Crcam H to Miss Hoaret above address. It is far nicer than anything of the kind she has ever usedt and fully bears out all that is said on the label of bottle. Digestive Mixture. 2s. 6d. BOTTLES. This Mixture gives imuaediat-e relief to Heartburn, Wind or Flatulence, Pain or Weight in the Stomach, and positively corrects Belching of Wind and destroys all organisms that produce fermentation in the Stomach. It promotes healthy digestion by increasing the action of the digestive ferments, amd by assimilating with the food gives tone and energy to the system. It is highly recommended for Nervous Head-aches, Loss of Appetite, Sleeplessness, Giddiness, Faintings, Palpitation, Weak Nerves, Sickness, and all Diseases that are caused by Indigestion. HEAD, STOMACH, AND LIVER PILLS In 10id. Boxes. Pile and Gravel Drops In 10d. sizes only. FOR PILES, (HEMORRHOIDS), CONSTIPATION, GRAVEL, PAINS IN THE BACK, AND ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE KIDNEYS PRESCRIPTIONS carefully prepared with the best ingredients. JOHN P. THOMAS M.P.S., Pharmaceutical and Dispensing Chemist. 20, GREAT DARKGATE ST. AND 36, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTI-L Business Notices. J A lvi E Condon and Provincial Stores, 32 & 34, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Messrs. John James & Co. BEG TO OFFER A CHOICE SELECTION OF FINEST FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES FOR THE PXESEMT SEASON. Valencia Raisins, 3d., 4d., and 5d. per lb. Currants, 2d., 3d., 4d., and 5d. per lb. Sultanas, 5d. and 6d. per lb. Figs in Boxes, Is., Is. 6d., and 2s. 6d. French Plums in Bottles, Is. 2d. and 2s. 4d. Prunes, 5d. per lb. Muscatells, Is. 2d. and Is. 4d. per Th. Metz Fruit, 5-id., lOd., and Is. 9d. per box. 2 2 Also Mince Meat in 1 and 2 lb. Jars. -— New CANDIED PEEL, LEMON or ORANGE SPECIALLY-SELECTED FINEST NEW CITRON. BEST QUALITY OF CHOCOLATES. Buntlep and Palmer's, and peek Frcan's CAKES & BISCUITS IN FANCY TINS W. & A. GILBEY'S WINES AND SPIRITS. Castle" Spey Royal" in Square Amber Bottles, Choicest and Oldest procurable 4s. per bottle; Castle Glenlivet" Special Scotch, very old, 3s. 6d. per bottle; John Jameson's Special Irish, 3s. 6d. per bottle; Spanish Brasdy, from Jerez, 3s. per bottle, 4s. per bottle Pale Ccgnac Brandy, 58. 6d. per bottle; HeoBessey A Martell's Brandy, 1, 2, and 3 stars. ALS° £ CHEAP BRAHBIBS FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES. BURGOYNE'S AUSTRALIAN WINES. Champagnes of the Principal Shippersolooo 3toet & Chandon, White Dry Sillery î IN G. H. Mumm's Dry I QUARTS f Perrier Jouet Dry Creaming r AND Pommery and Greno PINTS Gieeler ) No better guarantee of the quality and value of W. & A. GILBEY*S Wines and Spirits can be given than the fact that about every FOURTEENTH Bottle of WINE and THIRTY-NINTH BOTTLE of. SPIRITS consumed in he United Kingdom is supplied from W. & A. GILBEY'S Stock. BASS & CO'S Pale flic and Special Stouts.. In Imperial Pints and Half-pint Bottles, in Splendid Condition, also in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks. PROPRIETORS-" JOHN JAMES & Co. ABERYSTWYTH. E. L. ROWLANDS, FAMILY AND GENERAL GROCER, LIVERPOOL HOUSE, ABERDOVEY. Choice Selection o General Provisions and Italian Goods, etc., always in Stock. JAMES McILQUHAM, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GLASS, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE DEALER, BRIDGE END STORES, ABERYSTWYTH. TEA, BREAKFAST AND DESSERT SERVICES. STOURBRIDGE AND OTHER GLASS. Everything down to the lowest Culinary Articles. One of the Largest Stocks in Wale- tc Select from Contractor for Hotels and Public Institutions. Special attention given to Badged and Crested Ware Services Matched, no matter where purchased. Goods Lent out on Hire. AN T%YPTTHT'RVr,'ir'n PAfinrw Vri.>T<